Archive for July, 2011
Thursday, July 28th, 2011
Appearing at totally communication centered conference, MIT more as meaningful in technological progress than artistic creativity hosted, in Boston last week, Tracy and I looked at newly printed, signed happily with my old school Larry signature, DVDs and positioned ourselves as old-time actors on a stage of lettered opportunity to share our message on opening windows of popularity for people with limited communication.
Occupying classes in beginning patterns of typing support of people like me without protest was myself and my trusty case manager, Erin, opting out of her regular work to really earn style-points for driving partner of Larry’s wandering around the keyboard movements.
Willed to me were many memorable moments of watching roads to expressive communication being paved over with, soundly grounded in good practices, mastery of doors to voice and life purposefulness.
Okay. Overly wordy Larry needs to look at entering school of shorthand communication.
Larry and his case manager, Erin at the ICI Conference at the MIT Media Lab in Boston, July 20
Thursday, July 14th, 2011
It was a pleasing opportunity to kick our DVD release into the end zone of the Autism Society of America’s popular annual conference last post-July Fourth week-end.
Willing to let total work of leading presentation to planner, practiced Powerpointer, Gerry, Tracy and I mumbled our prepared, typed commentary to the, entirely Oprah Winfrey-ing our every word, picture-popping, audience at the gala-ready convention center in Orlando.
It was lots of opera-like applause that we milked, signing DVDs and posing for movie star, passing as old actors like Ted Danson of B-movie stardom, pictures.
Thursday, July 7th, 2011
Pale ears and nose, primarily looking like a student from icy, wintry temperatures, land, Larry is about to go to good for getting up early to beat the heat, Orlando, Florida, giving Miami a run for its money now that it is hosting the ASA (Autism National Society of America) national conference.
Marking our travels of movie star personalities will be Pascal, opting to use digital and not Polaroid camera. Pivoting lots of clumsy pirouettes to view the camera lens with massively wide “cheese” smiles, Tracy and Larry will picture themselves on lushly shaded beaches, tasting chilled Sprites in delicate, channeling liquids in tiny quantities, champagne glasses.
Orlando here we come listing tables of buffet sandwiches as our second stop after our keynote this Saturday at the combining business with pleasure conference.